Bulova watch serial number dating
Rolex Omega Cartier Tag Heuer IWC Breitling Rotary Longines Piaget Other Makes Diamond Set Under 100 Rolex Omega Cartier Tag Heuer Rotary Longines Other Makes Diamond Set Under 100 Gold Pocket Silver Pocket Clocks Diamond Rings Rings Over 100 Rings Under 100Dating your Accutron is really quite a simple procedure. This can be found on the back of the case and on the movement.
No need to worry about long serial numbers on these!
Data may not be accurate for Limited Edition Speedmasters and Speedmasters with cal. This serial number data item not given in Hartmann’s data but empirically derived from a consensus of users in various internet Omega collector forums. We had finally outgrown our old home and it was time to move.
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The dates codes started in 1948 with"A8" and carried on in sequence with a few exceptions , they missed "O" out I suppose because of the confusion with zero and then missed "Q, R and S" out for what reason I don't know maybe someone at bulova just didn't like those letters , after 1999 to my knowledge they reverted back to the "A" series numbers again, I'm not a 100% percent sure of this but I had a very modern quartz bulova which clearly beared a date code of "A0" and obviously was not 1940's so that's what I'm baseing it on.
Please remember that this is just an approximate guide and can not be used as a 100% accurate outlook as per how old your watch might be.
This probably doesn't really matter unless you are a serious collector and are only interested in completely original items.Starting in 1949, Bulova used a simple date code for it's watches. Dating your Accutron is really quite a simple procedure. This can be found on the back of the case and on the movement. The code consists of one letter and one number, eg. They used the letter M to signify the decade 1960 to the end of 1969, and the letter N to indicate 1970 to the end of 1979.The digit represents the actual year in that decade. It is possible that you may have a watch in which the date code on the movement is different to the date code on the case.That is common, however, it has been known to never seen an original watch that had a variation of more than one year.